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What Is Google’s Stand On Autoblogging

Posted on : 15-02-2011 | By : stargaterich | In : Internet_Marketing

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There has been a lot of differing opinions with regards to autoblogging. Some people feel that autoblogging is not legal from Google perspective because of duplicate contents associated with autoblogs. You may recall that autoblogging technique usually involved the extraction and publishing of contents from syndicated sources such as RSS feeds, ezine articles and etc on your autoblogs. How does Google view autoblogging?

The big question though is will Google penalize you for publishing duplicate contents? It all depends on where you put the contents that you extract from other websites and blogs.

Duplicate Content Within The Same Website
First thing first, make no mistake about this. Google has make it clear that it will penalize a website that publish duplicate contents located within the same site. In other words, do not post duplicate contents in the same website or blog. Your page ranking will drop drastically if Google discover that your website contains duplicate contents.

Syndicated Contents
Google will not penalize any website that publish contents which is not original so long as there is no duplicate in the same site. For that matter it is alright for you to extract contents from other websites or blogs (such as from RSS feeds and ezine articles) and post in your website or blog with the condition that you include the link to the source of the article. Do check out the link to additional information on autoblogging and how Google view it.

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